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Conditions: This may occur on BIG-IP version 18.104.22.168 (and BIG-IP versions 13.1.x or v12.1.x with engineering hotfixes for ID 720799, ID 721621 and ID 726319), under the following conditions: 1. A DNS query returns a different set of IP addresses for one or more FQDN names. 2. While new ephemeral node(s) are being created (for new IP addresses and deleted (for old IP addresses), an FQDN template node is deleted (either by user action or config sync).
Symptoms: On earlier builds of BIG-IP software (specifically, version 14.0.0 and earlier), TMSH might allow vCMP Guests with 8 GB or less to provision more than three modules, even though the recommended practice counsels against doing so. Upgrading a system with a vCMP guest configured with more than three modules results in a 'failed load,' as returned in 'tmsh show sys mcp' command results. This configuration might potentially cause out-of-memory problems once traffic is passed.
Conditions: -- Manual BIG-IP Management Port Configuration is configured. IP address and Network Mask is set, but Management Route is empty. -- Auto Last Hop for management connections is disabled. # tmsh mod ltm global-settings general mgmt-auto-last-hop disable -- BIG-IP system is rebooted. # full_box_reboot
Workaround: To work around this issue, use the following commands to move the lasthop.modules script to the /etc/sysconfig/sysinit directory: # mv -v /etc/sysconfig/modules/lasthop.modules /etc/sysconfig/sysinit/00activate-early-lasthop.sysinit 2. Reboot the BIG-IP system. # full_box_reboot
Symptoms: Extra cert-key-chain structure appears in Client SSL profile after upgrade from pre-v14.0.0 versions to v14.0.0. The extra cert-key-chain object with a 'usage CA' attribute appears even when the SSL profile is not configured for SSL forward proxy prior to upgrade. The 'usage CA' cert-key-chain structure is expected when an SSL profile is configured for SSL forward proxy.
Conditions: -- SSL profiles have had their 'proxy-ca-cert' and 'proxy-ca-key' attributes modified (even if simply set to the default value of 'none' explicitly). -- The 'clientssl' built-in profile if that profile is modified via the GUI. -- Upgrade from pre-v14.0.0 versions to v14.0.0.
Impact: When that happens, the temporary files that should be deleted, might not be. This is not a problem until the issue has occurred many times, leaving many temporary files, at which point /config can run out of space. /config may get to 100% full. Having /config at 100% full might cause config sync to fail, prevent configuration changes, and other issues.
Symptoms: When installing a 2nd, 3rd, (or more) version of BIG-IP to a Virtual Edition (VE) instance, the sizes of the non-shared volumes may be smaller than the first. This can be an issue if, for example, /var is smaller and fills up due to UCS archives, data gathered during troubleshooting, etc.
Impact: The time to apply changes made to a policy, and the time to upgrade the configuration to a new version, suffers from a inefficiently performing query related to the existence of previously enforced rules.
Fix: Issue is mitigated in this release. The policies get learned slower in 14.0.x and later, on systems with a high load of legal traffic and many policies. What took an hour to learn in previous versions might take several hours. You can use the internal parameter, pb_sampling_high_cpu_load, to adjust this. (Note: The parameter name is misleading, as the variable does not relate to CPU load.)
Conditions: -- Active unit on a pre-22.214.171.124 release. -- Standby peer upgraded to a 13.1.0 or later release. -- Device is an iSeries device (i5600 or later). Important: This issue may also affect iSeries HA peers on the same software version if the devices do not share the same model number. Note: Although this also occurs when upgrading to 126.96.36.199 and 13.0.x, the issue is not as severe.
Symptoms: After BIG-IP version upgrade or restoring from UCS, iApps/Application Services/Applications LX screen displays instances of iApps LX, but their UI is not functional. That is caused by the software defect causing iApp LX directory to disappear from /var/config/rest/iapps.
Conditions: This issue can only happen during initial start after BIG-IP version upgrade or restoring from UCS. The more iApps LX instances and the more configuration they use, the more likely this issue to happen. We observed this issue with 90+ instances of f5-ddos-hybrid-defender iApp LX.
Symptoms: After modifying the ssl_profile attribute on an HTTPS monitor on a device in a high availability (HA) configuration, and after performing a full ConfigSync, the corresponding monitor on the peer-sync unit does not have the updated value.
Conditions: -- An HTTPS monitor is used on BIG-IP systems in an HA configuration. -- The ssl_profile field is modified on an HTTPS monitor. -- A sync-to-peer (full ConfigSync, not incremental sync) is attempted to propagate the modified ssl_profile value to the peer units.
Fix: After modifying the ssl_profile attribute on an HTTPS monitor on a system within an HA configuration, and after performing a full ConfigSync, the corresponding monitor on the peer unit now receives the updated monitor attribute, as expected.
Conditions: -- Making any change to an IKEv2 ike-peer, even insignificant changes such as a description change. -- Running a system version that has new attribute auth-rule inside ike-peer. Note: This is not likely to occur in older system versions where no ike-peer state exists inside a connflow, because any ike-peer changes do replace the associated objects. In those cases, even though the same connflow is used, the system uses new algorithms for the ike-peer.
Conditions: This occurs when the following conditions are met: -- Linux kernel memory fragmentation exists. -- Another operation is occurring, including (among others): + Config-sync with full reload is initiated. + Running tcpdump.
Conditions: -- GTM pool member has colon in its name. -- Upgrade to any of the following versions: + 12.1.3.x + Any 13.0.x + All 13.1.x earlier than 188.8.131.52 + 14.0.x earlier than 184.108.40.206
Workaround: After upgrade, add two backslash characters, \\ before the first colon, : character. 1. Upgrade the BIG-IP DNS system to the new version of software. 2. SSH to log into the bash prompt of the BIG-IP DNS system. 3. Run the following command to add the string \\ in front of the first colon character, : in the name of each affected GTM pool member: for j in $(find /config/ -name bigip_gtm.conf); do for i in $(awk '$0 /^gtm server.*:/ gsub("[/:]"," ",$0); print $4' $j); do sed -i "s, /Common/$i, /Common/$i\\\\\\\,g" $j grep " /Common/$i"; done; done 4. Run the following command: load sys config gtm-only
Symptoms: Mozilla Chrome versions 67 and later, selenium is false-detected. The system posts a message similar to the following: -- info tmm1: Rule /Common/UBOT_PRINT : client_anomaly Selenium WebDriver Detected.
Symptoms: If an HSB lockup occurs on i10600 and i10800 platforms, then TMM panics and generates a core file for post-analysis. HSB also triggers a nic_failsafe reboot. On these platforms, the reboot occurs before the core file is fully written, resulting in a truncated core.
Fix: When an FQDN pool member address resolves to the same IP address as an existing static node, the corresponding ephemeral pool member is successfully created and deleted as expected, including when the IP address returned by the DNS query changes.
Symptoms: When creating new widgets, they are created under the currently set partition. If the partition is '[All]' (not a real partition), this name will be used to create the widgets. In newer version of BIG-IP software (v13.x or later), there is validation that disallows using non-existent partitions. When upgrading configurations that contain the '[All]' designation on the widgets, the operation fails because of those objects that have the invalid partition.
Symptoms: BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) admin can create only 1 wildcard virtual servers for per-application BYOL license. Note: If you are using BIG-IQ 6.0.0 or 6.0.1 to manage AWS-based, per-app BIG-IP VE systems running versions 220.127.116.11 through 18.104.22.168, you must use the following AWS templates: -- Default-AWS-f5-HTTPS-WAF-lb-template -- Default-AWS-f5-HTTPS-offload-lb-template For these two templates, ports 443 and 80 (for HTTP redirect) are hard-coded in an iRule, which enable this functionality.